Tue, 21 Sep 2004 14:02:20 +0200
On Mon, Sep 20, 2004 at 04:44:35AM -0700, Alphonse, Prineesh wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> I have a basic doubt regarding Access types in ADA.Suppose I have
> declared a variable as
> type Address is access Integer;
> Pointer : Address;
> Now if I do a Increment Operation in ie Pointer := Pointer + 1;
> where will the Pointer Points to now. Will it be the next Byte or is it the
> Next Integer Location ie pointer will move forward by Four Bytes.
> Prineesh Alphonse Honeywell
> Aerospace Engine Systems & Solutions.
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Dear obvious Newcomer in Ada,
you are welcome in the Ada world.
A few bits of unrelated information separated by blank lines:
Ada is called "Ada" and not "ADA"(<--insult;-).
type pointer is integer;
pointer1 : pointer;
because the term "address" has a specific other meaning in Ada.
Arithmetic in pointers are not allowed.
team-ada is not a forum to ask questions, which could easily
found out in very basic textbooks, tutorials, and the AdaLRM (see
Now have a good time with Ada and become a fan of Ada :-)
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